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Wednesday night saw the second night of rioting and protests in Charlotte in the wake of the police-involved shooting of Keith Scott. Uptown Charlotte saw significant damage from rioters, including at the NASCAR Hall of Fame, where a parking sign post was used to smash a window at the NASCAR NewsCenter. Read moreNASCAR Announces Changes in Laser Inspection Penalties, Truex Jr. and Johnson Not Penalized
Overall, the Chase focus likely did hurt the broadcast. It made it harder to figure out where everyone was running. Ultimately, it was a non-story since next to nothing could have been done to change the status quo entering the race. Custer was the closest to breaking in, but even he needed to win the dang thing to do it.
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Q: In 2001, Robby Gordon earned his first Winston Cup win at New Hampshire by getting past Jeff Gordon late. What were the circumstances surrounding that pass?
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